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... br> Hope you're enjoying the photos.
We are selecting only a small percentage to share because to date we have over 6 thousand photos of the trip so far. The new camera is definitely getting a work out.
Till next upload on New York,
lots of love to all those reading,
Joe and Merryn Platt.
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... the front of the bull or by its rear clasping its anatomically correct testicles. I opted for a quicker photo of the bull by itself in between people. Worked out well and we could keep moving.
We walked then on the Eastern side of Manhattan along the river front. It was bit warmer here, protected from the icy wind and basking in the sun. Not tropical but a lot more manageable. Brooklyn Bridge was towering ahead and across the frozen water we could see Brooklyn. Brooklyn ...